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Navman’s New GPS Brings Together ‘First-Class’ Features

Navman have designed their latest GPS with a “stress-free and safer driving experience” in mind by including a range of features it describes as ‘first-class’.

The MY670LMT is being pitched as a “reliable stand-alone GPS” by Navman with features like spoken safety alerts, live traffic updates and lifetime maps.

“A reliable stand-alone GPS can really help cut time and keep your driving experiences more sane even if the rest of the day has been a bit hectic,” said Navman Australia and New Zealand MD Wendy Hammond.

“For example, the Live Traffic Updates on this model will monitor traffic conditions every few seconds and suggests routes to avoid incidents so you can get on with your day. Directions are also easier to understand with Landmark Guidance that uses objects such as traffic lights, petrol stations, parks and churches combined in its directions to help guide you in unfamiliar areas. For example in 200 metres at Daily Park turn left into Smith St,” Hammond added.

Other safety features include roadside assistance for finding nearby help during a breakdown or providing GPS location to emergency services, along with safety alerts for things like school zones, speed cameras, upcoming merges and high wind areas.

The GPS features a 6.2-inch touchscreen and Bluetooth hands-free functionality, and is also preloaded with additional languagues like Greek, Turkish Italian and Chinese. The in-built Zomato Restaurant Guide can also show reviews and recommendations for restaurants in all Australian cities.

Navman’s MY670LMT GPS will be available from all major electronics retailers from mid-August for RRP $199. More information can be found on the Navman website.

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